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Microsoft said it will hand over some advertising business to AOL Inc and sell some map-generating technology to Uber.
AOL will manage and sell Microsoft's display advertising inventory across several platforms, the companies announced on Monday.
Recode reports on a study by Yelp that shows that Google knowingly manipulates search results. Re/code reports.
Google, which could face a billion euro fine from the EU for with violating ant-trust laws, must respond to the charges by August.
Apple Music launches on Tuesday. Here's what you need to know before you think about ditching Pandora or Spotify.
BRUSSELS, June 29- Google Inc has been given until mid-August to head off EU charges of abusing its market power in a dozen EU countries and stave off a possible billion-euro fine. The European Commission in April accused Google of distorting search results to favour its shopping service, hurting both rivals and consumers. The EU enforcer said Google's...
On Monday, the online home rental service will send 100,000 hosts in Florida, Louisiana and other states tips from FEMA's Ready campaign on how to prepare for hurricane season. During a disaster, FEMA will also provide Airbnb with real-time information so that the company can better figure out where its help is needed. And earlier this year, FEMA signed an...
WASHINGTON/ SAN FRANCISCO, June 29- Oracle Corp won a major legal victory on Monday in a closely watched copyright case involving the company's Java programming language as the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear Google Inc's appeal. The decision upholds a ruling that allows Oracle to seek licensing fees for the use of some of the Java language.
With a fine of roughly $1 billion in damages at stake, the Supreme Court has declined to hear Google's appeal against Oracle.
WASHINGTON— The Supreme Court is staying out of a long-running legal battle between technology giants Oracle and Google over copyright protection for a computer program that powers most of the world's smartphones and computer tablets. The justices said Monday they won't review an appeals court ruling that said software maker Oracle Corp. could copyright...
WASHINGTON, June 29- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Google Inc's appeal in a major software copyright case, leaving intact a ruling that would allow Oracle Corp to charge licensing fees for the use of some of its Java programming language. The high court left in place a May 2014 ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in favor of...
So far, Google has agreed to update its maps with crossing locations, the Federal Railroad Administration announced Monday. And this year began with major accidents at crossings near New York City, Los Angeles and in North Carolina. The railroad administration also has asked Apple, TomTom, MapQuest and Garmin to participate, agency spokesman Matthew Lehner...
San Francisco Pride parade saw unprecedented participation from tech companies.
If it all began with Dale Carnegie, it's come a long way since then. Here are 5 of the uncommon leadership methods tied to big successes.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., June 26- From renaming an ice cream flavor to flying the gay movement's rainbow flag, many American corporations celebrated Friday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage and said it made good sense for their businesses. "We applaud today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, which will help families across the...
There may be no better indicator of how expensive Silicon Valley has gotten.
A near miss occurred on a California road between two driverless cars earlier this week, according to a Reuters report.
The average commuter spends $2,600, according to a new Citibank survey. But chances are, they could be spending far less.
A new survey finds business leaders believe four out of 10 top-ranked companies in their industries worldwide won't survive the next five years.
Long before marriage equality, Corporate America embraced gay-pride parades across the nation, says Jordan Roth.